Bulacan mayor offers 50K reward on couple shooting
- San Jose del Monte, Bulacan Mayor Arthur Robes offers 50,000 pesos reward for any information or arrest of Allan Contreras Averilla, the suspect in the shooting of a couple right outside the barangay hall
- The suspect shot the couple on the back of their heads at point blank and escaped through a motorcycle
- The suspect remained at large and armed and is a threat to the masses
San Jose Del Monte, Bulacan Mayor Arthur Robes offers 50,000 pesos reward to anyone who can give information about Allan Contreras Averilla.
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Averilla, 38, is the main suspect on the death of Dave Abello and live-in partner Jessie “Angel” Tolero who is seven month old pregnant. He is now wanted dead or alive.
On Saturday evening, a CCTV video went viral showing a man shooting a couple on their heads and escaped riding a motorcycle and remained at large. The video was posted by a friend of a couple named Kotaro Minami.
According to Minami, the victims Abello and Tolero were residents of Minuyan, San Jose Del Monte, Bulacan. The couple filed a complaint against Averilla to the barangay for death threats and physical injuries upon knowing that Dave cited him stealing a Mio motorcycle in Towerville.
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As reported, the couple moved out of their home in fear of the suspect after Dave being shot twice at his foot. Also, the suspect reportedly slapped Tolero and dragged her outside their home.
However, their fear intensifies when they met at the barangay hall attending a case hearing filed by the couple. Dave demanded 30,000 pesos to Allan as compensation for the physical injuries. The suspect refused to pay the amount and offered only 5,000 pesos.
Police Senior Inspector Joel Alba conducted search operations to capture the suspect. He also warned the public to be watchful because the suspect is armed and dangerous.
The 50,000 pesos reward has been confirmed by the PNP Chief Ronald “Bato”Dela Rosa and was posted on his Facebook account.